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ENV262H1F The Science of Energy in the Environment ENV262H1F
Teaching Assistant

Emergency Posting

Posting Date : July 27, 2017
Closing Date : Posting Expired


Duties

University of Toronto graduate students who have completed one year of graduate study and who have a demonstrated scholarly expertise in one or more of the following areas: energy, physics. Course Description: Energy is a fundamental organizing principle of Nature. It has a central role in the origin and evolution of the universe, and is the basis of the ecosystem of the Earth and of technology and the world economy. This course will explore the science of energy in all its forms. (ENV262H1 is primarily intended as a Breadth Requirement course for students in the Humanities and Social Sciences.) Duties include leading tutorial sessions, grading assignments and exams, holding office hours, and general assistance For most recent course syllabus, go to: http://www.environment.utoronto.ca/Undergraduate/Courses/CourseList.aspx Applicants must submit an application containing: (i) a cover letter, explaining why they are qualified for the course(s) to which they are applying, and (ii) a r‚sum‚ (including academic and applied environmental experience). Applicants must merge these two documents into ONE single pdf or Word File, and must include their surname in the filename. Example: Smith_ENV_TAapplication_Jun2018.pdf Applicants are requested not to apply to TA positions for which they do not have the qualifications listed under "Qualifications". Email application file to David Powell, Undergraduate Student Advisor, School of the Environment: david.powell@utoronto.ca

Qualifications

University of Toronto graduate students who have completed one year of graduate study and who have a demonstrated scholarly expertise in one or more of the following areas: energy, physics. Course Description: Energy is a fundamental organizing principle of Nature. It has a central role in the origin and evolution of the universe, and is the basis of the ecosystem of the Earth and of technology and the world economy. This course will explore the science of energy in all its forms. (ENV262H1 is primarily intended as a Breadth Requirement course for students in the Humanities and Social Sciences.)

Details

Department
School of the Environment
Course ID
ENV262H1F
Campus
St. George
Salary
$43.22/hour + 4% vacation pay
Course Enrollment
196
Dates of Appointment
September 1 - December 31, 2017
Number of Positions
2
Number of Hours
118
How to Apply
For most recent course syllabus, go to: http://www.environment.utoronto.ca/Under… Applicants must submit an application containing: (i) a cover letter, explaining why they are qualified for the course(s) to which they are applying, and (ii) a r‚sum‚ (including academic and applied environmental experience). Applicants must merge these two documents into ONE single pdf or Word File, and must include their surname in the filename. Example: Smith_ENV_TAapplication_Jun2018.pdf Applicants are requested not to apply to TA positions for which they do not have the qualifications listed under "Qualifications". Email application file to David Powell, Undergraduate Student Advisor, School of the Environment: david.powell@utoronto.ca
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